Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) Specialist Adviser

City College Norwich

£18,723

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£18,723 - £22,397 per annum

To advise stakeholders on specialist types of support strategies to support the students’ transition to, whilst on course and progressing beyond college. To carry out HNF and EHCP activity for complex needs and other related learning difficulties/disabilities.

To advise stakeholders on specialist types of support strategies to support the students’ transition to, whilst on course and progressing beyond college. To carry out HNF and EHCP activity for complex needs and other related learning difficulties/disabilities.

To liaise with stakeholders to include (but not limited to):

• To contribute to High Need Funded activity, advising stakeholders on support requirements and to participate in person centered reviews where required
• Ensuring effective support for students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities within the college. Including (but not limited to) equipment, environmental, physical, learning, sensory, medical, mental health support, emotional support, including: support strategies/ behaviour plans and targets.
• Team and collaborative working with all related stakeholders.
• Advising stakeholders on support strategies and their role in meeting the students’ individual support requirements.
• This will involve working closely with the Team Leaders who manage staff in those areas to ensure that students are receiving an effective level of service.
• To liaise with delivery teams and other key stakeholders across college to ensure appropriate prioritisation of support.

To develop and maintain a specialist area of support knowledge and expertise, and share good practice in this area college wide in complex needs, to including (but not limited to):
Asperger Syndrome and ASD, Equipment, Hearing Impairment, Visual Impairment, Physical Disabilities, Learning Difficulties, Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

To contribute to the development of Curriculum Services - to include (but not limited to):
• Regularly feedback all student/disability-related issues to support current provision and contribute to future planning
• Participation in Centre development projects
• To share good practice with colleagues by participating in the delivery of CPD, speaking to student groups and participating in disability awareness weeks and events.

To carry out all organisational and administrative work - to include (but not limited to):
• Student and Centre related record keeping and administration e.g. daily logs, e-ilps, behaviour plans, support plans and student profiles etc; under the direction of a line manager, to assist in the maintenance of stock, equipment and all other resources (including HR related); to participate in the annual review and impact analysis of support provided.

Full-time

City College Norwich

Norfolk

£18,723

Ends on 5 Dec 2020

30 days ago